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creaturejournal:

Creature Journal Volume 1 Free this weekend!

My 52 page digital art-book is free or pay what you want all this weekend. Go grab it :)

Life lessons from Beauty and the Beast (by Oh My Disney)

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darkbeautymag:

Photographer: Charlotte Grimm - ESPRIT CONFUS

darkbeautymag:

Photographer: Charlotte Grimm - ESPRIT CONFUS

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thechloris:

Until we’re the special two once more.

The Special Two by Missy Higgins - prompted by agoldenbear

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elena1981:

barrel—rider:

Expectations Vs. Reality / Game of thrones

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sagefae:

Flowering Teas

sagefae:

Flowering Teas

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strangebiology:

Phenotypical diversity in skulls!

strangebiology:

Phenotypical diversity in skulls!

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lonelyandcompany:

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ellendegeneres:

Jennifer Lawrence was hungry on the Red Carpet, so Jeannie gave her some Pop Rocks to hold her over until pizza time.

You can see the exact moment where her polite ‘Thank you’ switched into the pure childlike excitement of ‘HOLY SHIT POP ROCKS YEAH’

Okay but look at the reporters face and see how excited she is also.

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earthyday:

Shooting Star  by Jonathan Besler

solipsistictendencies:

Wakhan Corridor, Afghanistan

Photographs by Frédéric Lagrange

The Wakhan is located in the extreme north-east of Afghanistan. It contains the headwaters of the Amu Darya (Oxus) River, and was an ancient corridor for travellers from the Tarim Basin to Badakshan. Historically the Wakhan has been an important region for thousands of years as it is where the Western and Eastern portions of Central Asia meet. Wakhan is sparsely populated. The total population is estimated at about 10,600. Most of its inhabitants speak the Vakhi or Wakhi language (x̌ik zik), and belong to an ethnic group known as Vakhi or Wakhi. Nomadic Kyrgyz herders live at the higher altitudes. In 2010 the Wakhan was reported to be peaceful and unaffected by the war. (x)

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justskippingalong:

THE FADE TO BLACK OH MY GOD I LITERALLY CAN’T BREATHE RIGHT NOW

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